Uzbeks meeting virgins, in Yemen and elsewhere….

Just in case you’re wondering what the Abu Muslims from Uzbekistan are doing in Yemen:

Uzbeks From Yemen To Syria:

When They’re Not Near The Jihad They Love, They Love The Jihad They’re Near 

Abu Muslim Al-Uzbeki, and all the rest, fighting in the path of Allah, from AQAP in Yemen, to ISIL in Syria.

Yemeni troops have killed at least 13 suspected al-Qaeda fighters, including a local leader, according to the country’s defence ministry and the army.

At least four other people, including three soldiers and a tribal chief, Sheikh Abdallah Salem al-Abdelli, were also killed in Thursday’s gun battle.

Six of the suspected al-Qaeda fighters, travelling in three vehicles, were killed in an assault in the southern Shabwa province towns of Maifaa and Azzan, the ministry’s news website reported.

Troops also killed a local al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula [AQAP] leader, Abu Muslim al-Uzbeki, in neighbouring Abyan province, according to the state news agency, Saba.

Taliban: we don’t believe in ‘Peace Process’

terrorist-laughingTaliban: Prisoner exchange “won’t help the peace process in any way, because we don’t believe in the peace process”

One of the Taliban’s top spokesmen said that the recent prisoner exchange between the US and the Taliban will do nothing to further US hopes for reconciliation in Afghanistan as the Taliban “don’t believe in the peace process.” – (Pamela Geller)


Muselmaniacs always whine about “genocide”. Here’s an Uighur spokesturd howling about Chinese ‘occupation’

Its not like Islam is a genocidal ideology. And always the same absurd claims:

Why the Uighur people will continue to reject China’s colonial and apartheid rule.

“…. the indigenous Uighur people who have lived there for thousands of years…”

BS.  Uighur was not anywhere to be found in Xinjiang until about 1200 years ago. And the land was administrated by the Tang dynasty and many following Chinese dynasty after that. Ironically, it was the Uighur who annihilated the Turkic Khaganate. The fact is, there has never been an internationally acknowledged “East Turkestan”….